Oct 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
but that doesn't mean you can't tryout some of the technology today. take the updated cruise control. >> it can bring the car to a sleet stop and start the car once traffic gets moving again. you could be in stop and go photograph kick not put your feet on the pedal. or warning that auto correct when you veer outside the lines, headlight that adapt too changing weather and new blind spot technology. >> it'll give you a warning in yummier otherrors. >> reporter: and they aren't just happening in the luxury market. when amy went new car shopping she realized she could get it for low price. >> it became a significant factor in picking a car. >> reporter: the car she picked is in the mid20s. >> the wind shield wiper also turn on as soon as it senses moisture on the wind shield. >> reporter: what could be wrong with that? some complain that all this help will help drivers at a disadvantage, the concern they could be just to relaxed. abc 2news. >> pretty cool. some car makers now working on car that will take over the wheel in an emergency. there are so many hurdles on the road toself driving ca
Oct 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in technology, a physical pat down is still necessary in some cases. she went on to say we work to make our screening process as minimally invasive as possible while providing the level of security they want. the agent should have asked dietrich if she wanted a private pat down and the organization is investigating and if they have a medical condition they can fill out a notification card as a discreet way to tell them. the cards can be downloaded online. >>> two weeks from today you will be soaking your feet in epsom salt. thousands run and walk to raise money for breath cancer treatment and research for those in our area. we are a proud sponsor of the seventh there's plenty of time to get involved. the race happens sunday october 3 citizen -- 31st. >>> and we're thinking pink all month. we're partnering with the university of maryland cancer center for a special think pink house call segment. we're going to have medical experts in the studio taking your calls and that will happen from 5 until 6:30 tomorrow evening. >>> it's only october but we know what your kids are going to be asking fo
Oct 12, 2012 11:00pm EDT
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Oct 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the idea from technology overseas and the grocery list of apps seems to be a growing market offering help with things couple ons to shopping lists -- coupons. >> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> all right. good to be back with you. we have cold air on the way. friday night, tomorrow night, look at this. hartford, northern baltimore howard, all this with freeze watch. there will be a pretty thick frost come saturday morning early. if you are a baltimore marathoner, you may put on that one extra layer. i know you have a lot of heat when you run but it'll be a chilly start. in the meantime tonight not as bad. temperatures in the mid40s and down around 40 at daybreak tomorrow. certainly a cool start for the early morning drive as you hit the road. maybe grab the fleece but conditions will be fairly quiet. additional cloud cover tomorrow. look at the beautiful blue skies today. what a fantastic finish on the eastside as we look from ccbc. the tidewater marina, clear finish to the day. looking into cecil from hartford and kent island. always love to look at chesapeake bay. just a fa